Governor Walker and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers disagree on how to make federal education policies work for Wisconsin. We find out where they stand. Wisconsinites can enjoy hunting without firing a single shot. That’s according to our guest, who says that a camera and a notebook is all we really need to capture the thrill of the hunt. And we look into what parts of the state budget Governor Walker is vetoing before giving it a final signature.
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Walker And Evers Clash Over Future Of Education
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers is currently the Superintendent of Public Instruction for Wisconsin. He and Governor Walker differ on how to make federal education policies work for the state’s students, teachers and parents. We find out where the points of disagreement are.
Hunting For Wild Game–With Camera, Notebook, And Memory
Wisconsinites can enjoy the experience of hunting–without firing a shot. A guest talks about his “Hunting Without Harvest” workshop–and how we can use cameras, notebooks, and our memories to capture the moment.
Does this type of “hunting” appeal to you? Have you taken this approach before, or do you think you might give it a try now? If you are a traditional type of hunter, might you add this to your hunting trips?
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A Look At Vetoes In New State Budget
In the process of signing the state’s new biennial budget, Governor Walker used his veto power 99 times. We’ll get the details, and reaction.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Veronica Rueckert Host
- Haleema Shah Producer
- Rob Ferrett Producer
- Amanda Magnus Producer
- Michael R. Ford Guest
- Ron Weber Guest
- JR Ross Guest
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